Update: I'm having massive trouble cleaning/focusing on cleaning/remembering to clean my room, which my mom has decided is priority. We've also been going places and seeing things and running errands and etc. So I just wanna take at least 50% responsibility for commissions running SUPER slow (like so slow you guys are wondering if I'm doing anything at all butitsnotentirelymyfault *shot*). In the event that I don't fully intend on getting to commissions, I will find a way of refunding you. For now though, I STILL fully intend on doing what I promised. x_x
I've also decided I don't really trust comic book companies. Thus pretty much every comic book but Archie's Sonic, I don't care to follow whatsoever. However, I find that I adore most movies and TV series put out by Marvel and DC. Currently my obsession is Batman (though I'd say the newest movies are too dark for me and they don't have the feel of the Batman I've always known and remembered... not that I was really into Batman too much before now). I'm massively frustrated by the fact that I have limited access to all but two of the Batman cartoons when I'm fairly positive there have been five-or-six-shows and the OLD movies. I'll say right now, I've seen at least one episode of the old, live-action batman from when I was little, and that just puts a smile on my face.
So I like those. But I've read some things regarding the Batman comics that I don't entirely like, and as is the case with most of the popular superhero comics, the company does just plain weird things ok. Marvel and DC both. (Come on wth is with a female thor?) But the movies? The only thing I haven't adored from Marvel lately (okay, two things: there was also Iron Man II) is Guardians of the Galaxy. But they still got a passing grade because of ROCKET AND GROOT. BEST. BEST. The rest of the movie didn't sit super hot with me, but Rocket and Groot made everything better. DC? I'm waiting for Green Lantern 2. Just because I don't like their direction on Batman doesn't mean all of their films are that way.
So you can easily say I'm not a REAL marvel or DC fan. But I'm a fan of [most of] their films.... Maybe less with DC. Honestly. Man of Steel let me down with how much destruction went on that was seemingly caused by Superman just not picking a better place to fight. x_x I felt similar with The Amazing Spiderman 2, but not quite as bad. I think they just tried too hard on that one: It felt like it should have been three films (with some added onto the ending) instead of one. Too long, and the plot seemed to shift. But still, I've enjoyed the superhero films and shows overall. Admittedly, SOME of it has gone downhill with Disney running Marvel, but I'd say it's far less noticeable in the live-action films [which are mostly still perfectly enjoyable] than in cartoon spinoffs. [Spiderman meets the cast of Jessie? Who's idea was that and why? Why did they get paid? Why was it agreed to? Lab Rats would have made far more sense, if ANYTHING.] Overall with the live-action films, Disney has done fairly well in their handling, my personal opinion.
Though I'm currently concerned over the state of Star Wars...
But... so far as the comics, not feeling any of it. It's not because I'm too lazy to read. I get mad when people are too lazy to read, and I like reading. Just twists they've made, rebootings, character changes [not developmental], etc... I don't like what they've turned it into, from my understanding of the movies and/or the original comic roots.
So of course, [Adventure] Sonic makes the top of my favorite heroes list, along with Batman [the "beyond" I think may be my favorite version, though he's a newbie], [the Amazing] Spiderman, and Thor. And Bibleman, whom with most of you are not familiar.
and I can't wait to see loki come back asdflkj;. I'm not a fangirl I like him and Thor equally I swear. theyneedtobebros
So yeah. I've been slowly turning into a superhero geek... at least where tv media is concerned.